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Četvrta godišnja konferencija ''Naučne mreže za monetarnu istoriju jugoistočne Evrope'''

Narodna banka Srbije,  27. mart 2009.

Narodna banka Srbije je bila organizator Četvrte godišnje međunarodne konferencije ''Naučne mreže za monetarnu istoriju jugoistočne Evrope'' – SEEMHN.1 Nakon uspešno održanih konferencija u Sofiji (BNB) 2006, Beču (OeNB) 2007. i Atini (BoG) 2008, konferencija ove naučne mreže je održana 27. marta 2009. u Beogradu. Na skupu je učestvovalo preko trideset predstavnika centralnih banaka, ekonomista i ekonomskih istoričara iz jedanaest zemalja Evrope – Austrije, Bugarske, Engleske, Francuske, Grčke, Nemačke, Rumunije, Rusije, Slovenije, Turske i Srbije. Narodna banka Srbije je članica ove naučne mreže od njenog osnivanja i njeni predstavnici su učestvovali na svim njenim prethodnim konferencijama.

Glavna tema Konferencije bila je ''Ekonomska i finansijska stabilnost u jugoistočnoj Evropi u istorijskoj i komparativnoj perspektivi''. U okviru četiri sesije (Finansijska stabilnost i monetarna politika, Finansijska stabilizacija u međuratnom periodu, Poslovni ciklusi i finansijska stabilnost, Hiperinflacija i stabilizacija) prezentovano je sedamnaest stručnih radova (Program konferencije ).

Zbornik radova sa Konferencije2

Economic and Financial Stability in SE Europe in a Historical and Comparative Perspective : conference proceedings, Fourth South-Eastern European Monetary History Network (SEEMHN)
ISBN 978-86-85277-28-3

Editorial

  1. Common factors in South-East Europe’s business cycles 1899 - 1989
    Matthias Morys, University of York
    Martin Ivanov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  2. „What did guide investors decisions” during the classical gold standard era? The case of Ottoman Empire, 1880-1914
    Ali Coskun Tuncer, LSE and Ondokuz Mayis University
  3. Financial stability, monetary autonomy and fiscal interference: Bulgaria in search of its way, 1879-1913
    Kalina Dimitrova, Bulgarian National Bank
    Luca Fantacci, Bocconi University, Milan
  4. Monetary conditions in the Kingdom of Serbia (1884-1914)
    Branko Hinić, National Bank of Serbia
    Milan Sojić, National Bank of Serbia
    Ljiljana Đurđević, National Bank of Serbia
  5. Banking crisis in Germany and the first step towards recovery
    Martin J. Pontzen, Deutsche Bundesbank
  6. Charles Rist and the French missions in Romania 1929-1933. Why the „money doctors“ failed?
    Dominique Torre, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis - GREDEG - CNRS
    Elise Tosi, CERAM Business School
  7. Finance and development in Southeast Europe in the interwar period
    Kiril Kossev, University of Oxford
  8. The National Bank of Romania during the years of the Great Depression – 1929-1933
    Elisabeta Blejan, National Bank of Romania
    Brîndusa Costache, National Bank of Romania
    Adriana Aloman, National Bank of Romania
  9. Slovenian banks during Great Depression
    Žarko Lazarević, Institute for Contemporary History, Slovenia
  10. Historical Archives of Societe Generale and economic stability in South-Eastern Europe. Presentation and new perspectives of research
    Xavier Breuil, Historical Archives Société Générale
  11. Foreign long term government loans of Serbia 1862-1914
    Dragana Gnjatović, Faculty of Geo-Economy, Megatrend University
  12. The economic and financial stability in Turkey: a historical perspective
    Yuksel Gormez, Central Bank of Turkey
    Serkan Yigit, Central Bank of Turkey
  13. Foreign financial capital as the catalyst of Serbian economic development before the Second World War
    Vesna Aleksić, Faculty of Geo-Economy, Megatrend University
  14. World financial crisis and behaviour of short-term interest rates – international and domestic aspects
    Đorđe Đukić, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
    Mališa Đukić, Belgrade Banking Academy, Union University
  15. Do the new EU member states form an Optimum Currency Area with the eurozone? Evidence from six Central and Eastern European Countries
    Dimitrios Sideris, Bank of Greece and Panteion University
  16. Essentiality of money and money demand in explosive hyperinflation
    Alexandre Sokić, Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci
  17. Serbian foreign exchange market during 2004-2008
    Mario Jovanović, Ruhr-University Bochum

1«Naučna mreža za monetarnu istoriju jugoistočne Evrope» – SEEMHN (South Eastern European Monetary History Network) osnovana je aprila 2006. godine na inicijativu centralnih banaka Bugarske i Grčke. Okupila je predstavnike centralnih banaka, ekonomiste i ekonomske istoričare s ciljem unapređenja znanja o ekonomskoj istoriji regiona, u kontekstu evropskog iskustva, s fokusom na finansijsku i monetarnu istoriju. Takođe, u okviru naučne mreže osnovana je radna grupa – SEEMHN DCTF (Data Collection Task Force) za formiranje baze podataka zemalja u regionu o finansijskoj i monetarnoj statistici 19. i 20. veka.

2Za stavove iznete u radovima odgovorni su autori i oni nužno ne predstavljaju zvanične stavove institucija iz kojih autori dolaze.